Charity & Fund Raising Luxury Yacht & Superyacht News

This page showcases news of yachting charity and fundraising events from around ...

Charity & Fund Raising Luxury Yacht & Superyacht News

This page showcases news of yachting charity and fundraising events from around the world. If you have any yacht industry charity news please contact CharterWorld for publication. The yachting industry is an excellent arena to promote a range of charities concerning everything from ocean environmental causes to people in need.

P/R: Veteran crew sailing around UK coast

June 29, 2016

Written by Rachael Steele

The charity ‘Turn to Starboard’ is helping UK veterans suffering from physical health issues or mental trauma to reintegrate and learn new skills. 38 veterans will voyage on an 8 week counter-clockwise course around the UK, starting from and returning to Falmouth in Cornwall. The following is a press release for the Turn to Starboard charity.... ... read full story

Racing: days two and three in Palma de Mallorca

June 29, 2016

Written by Rachael Steele

After three intense days of racing, the 20th Superyacht Cup in Palma de Mallorca has drawn to a close. Every crew put in a prime performance that made for attention-grabbing races on all three days of the event. The following article summarises the class winners for days 2 and 3 and names the overall winner... ... read full story

Press Release: Sunseeker International announces partnership with Macmillan Cancer Support in Dorset

June 16, 2016

Written by Rachael Steele

British luxury yacht manufacturer Sunseeker is partnering with Macmillan Cancer Support to raise funds for services in Dorset through a series of sponsored events in upcoming months. Events include a sponsored hike and the highly caffeinated ‘World’s Biggest Coffee Morning’. To many of the staff at Sunseeker, Macmillan Cancer Support plays a vital role in... ... read full story

SeaKeepers BAL DE LA MER 2016 To Be Held in Florida

May 24, 2016

Written by Eva Belanyiova

The International SeaKeepers Society is getting ready for this year's Bal De La Mer, to be held in October in Palm Beach Florida, in honour of Mr. Alexander W. Dreyfoos. ... read full story

Sailing Yacht MARIQUITA v. Charter Yacht ELEONORA match race raises £67,000 for disabled sailing charity Wetwheels

September 14, 2015

Written by Zuzana Bednarova

Taken place on July 24, 2015 in the beautiful Solent yacht rental location, the 38m classic superyacht Mariquita v. the 49,5m classic charter yacht Eleonora match race raised an amazing £67,000 for Wetwheels disabled powerboat. ... read full story

Video of 73m motor yacht DRAGONFLY helping Vanuatu

April 09, 2015

Written by Zuzana Bednarova

A video showing the 73m superyacht Dragonfly in Vanuatu, while providing disaster relief after Cyclone Pam struck the remote islands on March 14, 2015. ... read full story

Singapore Yacht Show 2015 to host the Exclusive Black Tie Gala Dinner at W Singapore

April 08, 2015

Written by Zuzana Bednarova

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Friday, April 24, 2015, will see the Singapore Yacht Show host the Black Tie Gala Dinner, expected to attract 300 guests. This is set to be the official event for the Show’s most glamorous and affluent guests. ... read full story

Rivergate and shadow support yacht UMBRA helping Vanuatu

March 31, 2015

Written by Zuzana Bednarova

Rivergate Marina and Shipyard and shadow support yacht UMBRA, working in conjunction with YachtAid Global, are currently helping Vanuatu, providing relief to the disaster affected country. ... read full story

Captain Mike Gregory of motor yacht DRAGONFLY comments on relief efforts in Vanuatu

March 26, 2015

Written by Zuzana Bednarova

Captain Mike Gregory of mega yacht Dragonfly has commented on the relief efforts in Vanuatu, following the devastation caused by Cyclone Pam. ... read full story

Arrival of motor yacht DRAGONFLY in Vanuatu

March 24, 2015

Written by Zuzana Bednarova

The 73m Silver Yachts super yacht DRAGONFLY has arrived in Vanuatu, devastated by Cyclone Pam last week. The vessel arrived in the region early Saturday local time, after a journey of 1600 nautical miles that took under four days. ... read full story

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